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DEVELOPING PROFESSIONAL CLIENT RELATIONSHIPS
March 12 @ 9:00 AM
Join Coast Women in Business on Thursday, March 12, 2020 and learn how to create clear expectations for client relationships and projects with experienced business coach Rachel Clark.
When you focus on building professional relationships based on clear expectations, standards, and deliverables, you can fulfill your clients’ needs exactly the way they want. In order to support professional relationships, you need to document agreements/contracts, pricing and payment standards, standards for work flow expectations, and relationship ground rules. The more a professional can create, the stronger the working relationship will be.
Using tools to manage relationships and projects during the fulfillment process will help you stay on track and quantify quickly how close or far you are from promised deadlines and expectations. This will allow you to navigate difficult conversations when things go awry – sooner, rather than later.
Complimentary tea as well as coffee donated by Thanksgiving Coffee – for your enjoyment.
7:30 AM – Networking
7:45 AM – Introductions
8-8:45 AM – Interactive program
8:45 AM – Announcements
9 AM – Meeting ends
Free for Coast Women in Business members; $10 for nonmembers
(if interested in joining us, your first meeting is free)
About the Presenter
Rachel has worked as an EMyth Business Coach for 14 years, helping clients transform their businesses and lives using the tools, methodologies, and principles of the EMyth coaching program. Using her formal education in Marketing and Economics (coupled with years of experience in Executive Recruiting), Rachel helps clients ready to work on their leadership and business skills.
About Coast Women in Business
Coast Women in Business meets monthly to foster entrepreneurship and professional development on the Mendocino Coast and beyond. Membership fees are $50 annually or $10 per drop-in meeting.
Note: We welcome all—all races, all genders, all countries of origin, all sexual orientations.
Your first meeting is always free, and we offer a limited number of need-based memberships—please inquire. We’re sponsored by the West Business Development Center. We look forward to seeing you at the meeting!
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- May: Thursday, May 14 – topic: How to Create a Thriving Business with Instagram, Facebook, and Zoom – presenter: Magdalena Weinstein